Who has it better than we who are in Christ? Nobody. God gives strength for our days. Our Shepherd cares for us. We can choose to live as Anna, a descendant of Asher, she spent her days as a widow devoted to prayer and fasting and Jesus she did see in the Temple. (Deuteronomy 33:24-25; […]

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Paul was a man separated to the purpose of the Gospel. He lived in faith as vision. He lived in the joy of the Lord. Even in chains, he let his life speak for the glory of Jesus. The measure of our spiritual strength is revealed by what causes me to lose my joy. Romans […]

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Armor for the Night

Darkness has its power. Even Jesus had to stop talking and face the night. Christ died, but then He rose. The hour of evil is limited. It shall end. He gives us His armor and so we stand with His strength. (Luke 4:18-30; 22:52-53; John 14:30; Ephesians 6:10-18) Speaker: Thomas Schaller, Eugene Davis Sermon 12549 […]

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Regard the Word and Have Joy

The people In Jerusalem stood and they were attentive to the reading of the Law of Moses. Weeping was the first result. But the Word stirred rejoicing. Read, hear and realize who God is. (Nehemiah 8:1-3, 7-10; 1 Corinthians 7:9-10) Speaker: Dennis White Sermon 12543 7:00 PM on 07/12/2023 P. Dennis White – All right. […]

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God puts in us the message. The Holy Spirit gives grace and desire for a world falling apart. People do not know what is going on. They know not what they are doing, and they do not know anything. (John 1:1-5, 12-13; Philippians 2:13) Speaker(s): Matti Sirvio Sermon 12465 11:00 AM on 2/26/2023 P. Matti […]

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The Cross, the Old Path, the Good Way

Walking with God means the way of the Cross. Jesus wants us to learn the Cross and bring all things there. Paul kept pressing on after Jesus. He always moved with God. Keep yourself in the way. (Jeremiah 6:16; 1 Corinthians 1:18-21; Philippians 3:10-13) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12400 6:30 PM on 11/2/2022   P. […]

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There’s good sorrow that corrects us. The eyes of Jesus looked upon Peter and he wept. Best thing is to come before God. Few really understand thankfulness. Be sure to turn from worldly sorrow. (2 Corinthians 7:9-10; Nehemiah 8:1–10; Luke 17:17; Luke 22:60-64) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Peter Westera Sermon 12345 9:00 AM on 7/31/2022

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Living from Strength to Strength

Christianity is a big life with the great God. We are at home in a House built by wisdom. At His altars and in His courts, we praise Him and are safe in Christ, the Anointed One. (Psalm 84) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12256 7:00 PM on 2/23/2022   P. Schaller – We’re going to […]

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Worry chokes us. We get anxious because of fear we might lose what we cannot keep. Go out to the deeper waters and find stillness and supply. (Psalm 1:1-3; Proverbs 29:25; Deuteronomy 33:25) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Zsombor Szük, Avery Powers Sermon 12252 7:00 PM on 2/16/2022   P. Schaller – Alright. Good evening. Turn in […]

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Going to church is a healthy practice. It brings support and strength. It’s a place to go when you’re in trouble. (2 Kings 4:8-16; Ecclesiastes 7:2) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12184 7:00 PM on 10/20/2021 P. Schaller – I feel like this is a night of rejoicing in the Spirit, just rejoicing all night. Just […]

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